The Stockade B&B
At a Glance
- Southern hospitality and country elegance
- the downtown sights can feel far away
The Stockade B&B Review
It's named for the Civil War–era military prison that once occupied the site, though you definitely won't feel like a prisoner in this pleasant, tile-roofed, contemporary brick house on the winding, oak-lined Highland Road. The wooded property feels pleasantly secluded, and the entire house is filled with antiques and work from regional artists. The cheese grits at breakfast are renowned.